It’s no secret that Serena Williams conquers any task that comes her way. From winning Grand Slam after Grand Slam (she has 23 titles), to designing her eponymous fashion line, to welcoming her first child in 2017, she is a master both on the court and at motherhood.
Williams, who has an ongoing partnership with Pampers, recently helped the baby brand launch a new song called the “Pampers Wild Child Wiggle.” It was inspired by the daily dance parties so many parents have with their babies, including Serena and her 2-year-old daughter, Olympia, who she shares with husband, Alexis Ohanian.
“We love having dance parties at our house,” the 38-year-old told Parenting. “I just love music and I love to dance myself. When [Olympia] was really young, after dinner I would always put a song on so she could get moving and not have such a heavy stomach when she went to bed.”
Showing off their love of dancing, Williams and Olympia took part in the adorable music video for “Wild Child Wiggle” that shows all of the wild moves babies make in their Pampers Cruisers 360 FIT diapers. The diaper was designed to fit like a “yoga pant,” with no tapes and a 360-degree stretchy waistband.
Williams, who has talked openly about her struggles as a working mom, was relieved that she and Olympia could “work together” on this project. “It was so cool,” she said. “It was the one time I could actually bring her with me and not worry about it.”
In addition to celebrating Olympia’s wild moves, Williams is celebrating her daughter’s other recent milestones. “She’s starting to talk more and more, so that’s really cool,” Williams reveals. “That’s the biggest milestone; it’s just really awesome to see your kid start to communicate.”
Pampers is now inviting parents to join in on the fun by streaming the song on Spotify and Apple Music (you can link out over the platform names). If you post a video of your baby dancing in the Cruisers 360 FIT diaper on Instagram and use the hashtags #Cruisers360 and #WildChildWiggle, you’ll be entered for a chance to win a year supply of diapers along with a feature on Pampers Instagram. (You can find the official sweepstakes rules on the Pampers site.)